Ground Broken, Pilings Being Driven For Everett Waterfront Place Apartments

October 31, 2019

Everett Economy

Developers, Port of Everett staff, City of Everett Mayor Cassie Franklin and others participate in the groundbreaking Wednesday. Click photo to enlarge.

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An artists drawing of the two four-story apartment buildings. The buildings in white in the front represent restaurant and retail with a 15′ walkway along the waterfront.

Things are moving forward on two buildings that will make up the 266-unit Waterfront Place Apartments at Fisherman’s Harbor – the first phase of the Port of Everett’s 65-acre Waterfront Place mixed-use development. The Port says this is the first time in 101 years housing is being constructed on the waterfront.

Behind the officials conducting groundbreaking Wednesday two rigs were preparing to drive a hundred pilings into the soil to support the two buildings that will make up the apartments. Gracorp and SeaLevel Properties are the developers and John Shaw, who is the director of Multi-Family acquisitions for SeaLevel, mentioned his father was involved in developing past projects on the Everett waterfront including the Inn at Port Gardner and Lombardi’s.

Marketing materials for Waterfront Place Apartments at Fisherman’s Harbor list spectacular water and mountain views as attractions. They say the 266 unit apartment community will feature two distinct, yet connected buildings that have been inspired by Everett’s unique marine, industrial, and timber waterfront experiences. The two buildings are expected to open in 2021. You can sign up to receive more information and updates on the project here.



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